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Data Science

Master the basics of machine learning to forecast what's next: predict patterns from large datasets using Python.

User Experience Design

Apply tools like Adobe Illustrator, Sketch, and InVision to create UX documentation for digital product; conduct research to gain insights into customer behavior.

Data Analytics

Learn to present and communicate data-driven insights via SQL, Excel, and Tableau. Create data visualizations and dashboards.


Proper handling of employee discipline can significantly reduce the risk and cost of legal action. Learn about progressive discipline, the importance of documentation, developing performance improvement plans, and legal considerations.

She Geeks Out Speed Mentoring with Microsoft

We know She Geeks Out women are incredibly smart, kind, funny, and willing to share their knowledge. We’ve heard your requests for mentorship and we are thrilled to be partnering ...

Winter 2019 Start Smart Class

Start Smart is a hands-on class for entrepreneurs. Classes are focused on the steps required to prep a solid understanding of your target market so you can launch and grow your science/technology company successfully.

Meet Boston's VCs

Raising funding is one of the most important stepping stones in getting a tech startup from MVP, to revenue, to scale, and ultimately to a multi-million dollar business.

Product Management Networking Night

Join GA for an evening of professional networking! By signing up for this event, you’re giving our partners and sponsors for this event permission to contact you about upcoming events and promotions.

The State of AI

Today, tech startups and corporate giants alike are experimenting with artificial intelligence. We know it’s coming, but where are we in the advent of AI and how soon will it weave into our daily lives—or has it already? Overview:​

A Mindful Approach to Building a Successful Career

Millennials have been described as the job hopping generation. Surveys of tech workers in the US and UK show average tenures to be little over a year… what’s going on? Are we jumping ship to find more fulfilling opportunities only to eventually meet the same disappointment?